You don’t have to
be at your worst to reach out for help.

Counselling, sometimes referred to as therapy or psychotherapy, is a collaborative process aimed at helping break the patterns that prevent individuals from making healthy decisions and living the life they want.

Counselling can help individuals experiencing a range of challenges, including stress, anxiety and depression, grief and loss, relationship conflicts, physical and sexual abuse, self-esteem concerns, anger management, parenting/co-parenting concerns, and separation and divorce.

The process is tailored to the issues you face and the results you wish to achieve. Together with your Counsellor, you will establish goals for your sessions and determine the steps you can take to make necessary changes. Your Counsellor will be someone who listens attentively, gives you appropriate feedback, supports you and, above all, empowers you to change your tomorrow.

*Counselling services are often covered by private insurance companies, or through extended health care benefits and health care spending accounts. Please check with your insurance or benefit provider to determine eligibility. Some of our practitioners are under the supervision by a Registered Psychologist – please inquire for further details.

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Clinical Counselling
60 Minute Individual Session $130/$180
60 Minute Couples Counselling $180
60 Minute Family Counselling $180
60 Minute Art Therapy Session $180
15 Minute Information Call FREE ($0)

Can’t decide which is best? Read more about each of our counsellors!

Kristin Dillenbeck – Registered Psychotherapist & Art Therapist **Sliding Scale slots available.

Kate Rooney – Registered Social Worker

All pricing reflects 2020 rates.

Kate Rooney

Clinical Counsellor & Registered Social Worker

Speciality: Anxiety, Depression and Life transition

About Kate

Kate believes people start to heal the moment they begin to feel heard, and welcomes you to share your concerns in a comfortable, non-judgemental space. She knows it’s a privilege to be able to bear witness to someone’s story when they may not have had the chance to tell it before. Providing encouragement and walking alongside you during your journey of personal growth, counselling can provide an outlet to explore complex emotions with gentle guidance.

Kate recently graduated with a Master’s degree in Social Work from McGill University with a specialization in health and social care, and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from the University of New Brunswick. Passionate about helping clients create and achieve their goals, Kate works from a solution focused perspective, integrating aspects of cognitive and behavioural evidence basedpractices to create personalized care plans.  She has specialized in person-centered practices to care, and understands the role individualized care plays in the healing process. Since recently relocating from New Brunswick with her rescue cat, Sasha, Kate looks forward to helping others reach their full potential in her new community.

Kristin Dillenbeck

Registered Psychotherapist & Art Therapist

Speciality: Art Therapy

About Kristin
Since 2012, Kristin has worked in various counselling settings in government and community agencies in British Columbia and Ontario using both art therapy and/or clinical counselling to address a variety of mental health issues. Kristin’s work is diverse and includes one to one therapy for children, youth and adults, couples counselling and family counselling. As well as creating art therapy based workshops for the community. Kristin practices a strengths based model for change in a collaborative treatment focused modality.

Her areas of clinical practice include an extensive range of experience with diverse populations from aged 4 to 95 with varying presenting issues and diagnoses including but not limited to:
– Stress and Anxiety
– Depression
– Mood Disorders
– Anger & Emotion Regulation
– Trauma
– Abuse
– Domestic violence
– Sexual assault
– Suicidal ideation
– Eating Disorders
– Sex and gender identity
– Learning Disorders
– Oppositional Disorder
– Cognitive Delay
– Psychosis, Substance abuse
– Grief & Loss
– Relationship Difficulties

Kristin obtained a double major Hons. BA in Psychology, Neuroscience & Behaviour and Fine Art from McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario. Continuing her education at Kutenai Art Therapy Institute in Nelson, BC, Kristin completed her Master’s level degree in Art Therapy before graduating from a Master’s degree in Counselling Psychology from Yorkville University. She is also a registered psychotherapist with the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario.

**Sliding Scale slots available.

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Great team of professionals!!! Love the atmosphere and how special they make me feel.

M. W.

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